Definition of Licit. Meaning of Licit. Synonyms of Licit

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Definition of Licit

Licit
Licit Lic"it (l[i^]s"[i^]t), a. [L. licitus permitted, lawful, from licere: cf. F. licite. See License.] Lawful. ``Licit establishments.' --Carlyle. -- Lic"it*ly, adv. -- Lic"it*ness, n.

Meaning of Licit from wikipedia

- Licit and Illicit Drugs is a 1972 book on recreational drug use by medical writer Edward M. Brecher and the editors of Consumer Reports. The book describes...
- baptism is always valid but licit only in an emergency situation. A bishop is the ordinary minister of confirmation and he may licitly administer it to his own...
- both the Latin Church and the Eastern Catholic Churches govern who may licitly celebrate certain sacraments, as well as strict rules about who may receive...
- but not necessarily the canonical authority to administer it (i.e., a licit sacrament). Thus a bishop who consecrates another bishop without pontifical...
- by illicit laboratories, while the other three Schedules are mainly for licitly produced pharmaceuticals. The UNODC report also claims that the Convention's...
- in Tasmania in 1966. Farms in Tasmania produce about 50% of the world's licit poppy straw that is later refined into opiates such as morphine and codeine...
- protest. But if it is morally licit and nonaggressive for slaves to vote for a choice of masters, in the same way it is licit for us to vote for what we...
- that for producers of licit opium, poppy straw may be a profitable second crop. As of 2005, India was the only country producing licit opium (opium gum) for...
- ISBN 978-92-1-126442-5. Retrieved 16 December 2020. Appel, Hannah (13 December 2019). The Licit Life of Capitalism. Duke University Press. doi:10.1515/9781478004578....
- Times. Brecher, Edward M.; and the Editors of Consumer Reports (1972). "Licit and Illicit Drugs, Chapter 5, 'Some eminent narcotics addicts'". ****...
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